Book review: Kubernetes cookbook

As I mentioned in my previous post, writing about an evolving piece of software such as Kubernetes must be quite of a task, and rarely gets done right.

Just like the book I previously “reviewed”, this doesn’t get high on my list: cookbooks are a peculiar type of books but, if innovative and addressing interesting use-cases, could turn into masterpieces.

The Kubernetes cookbook isn’t, in my opinion, one of those: comprised of 8 chapters, at around chapter 6 you’ll learn how to deploy k8s on AWS, which is something I would consider chapter 1 material.

Truth to be told, the book didn’t seem extremely interesting for someone who already got a bit of experience with k8s, but might be extremely interesting if you are a novice. Again, probably a bad buy from my side!


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